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Messerschmitt Me 262A 1/72 - KOVOZAVODY PROSTEJOV CLK016
SKU KPV-CLK016
Brand KOVOZAVODY PROSTEJOV
Scale: 1/72
Nation: Germany
Period: WWII
Type: Aircraft
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Messerschmitt Me 262A "Schwalbe" fighter plane kit 1/72 scale - Model KOVOZAVODY PROSTEJOV.The Messerschmitt Me 262A "Schwalbe" (Swallow in German) was the world's first operational jet fighter. Developed and used by the Luftwaffe during World War II, it represents a milestone in the evolution of military aviation. Here is a detailed overview of the Me 262A:History and DevelopmentDesign: The design of the Me 262 began in the 1930s, with the goal of creating a jet fighter aircraft capable of surpassing the performance of piston-powered aircraft. The project suffered various delays, mainly due to problems with jet engine development.First Flight: The first flight of the prototype occurred on April 18, 1941, but it used a piston engine for initial testing. The first flight with jet engines occurred on July 18, 1942.Production: Serial production began in 1944, with over 1,400 built by the end of the war, although only about 300 entered operational service due to various production problems and limited resources.Technical FeaturesEngines: The Me 262A was equipped with two Junkers Jumo 004 jet engines, capable of providing considerable thrust compared to piston engines.Speed: It could reach a top speed of about 870 km/h (540 mph), making it significantly faster than contemporary piston fighters.Armament: Typically armed with four MK 108 30-mm cannons mounted in the nose, capable of easily shooting down Allied bombers.Configuration: It featured an advanced airplane design with arrow wings and streamlined fuselage.Operational UseRoles: It was primarily employed as an interceptor and fighter, but some variants were also used for ground attack (Me 262A-2a Sturmvogel) and reconnaissance.Impact: Despite its advanced capabilities, the Me 262 entered service too late and in too small numbers to significantly affect the outcome of the war. However, it demonstrated the potential of jet propulsion for the future of military aviation.Challenges: The aircraft suffered from various technical problems, especially with the Jumo 004 engines, which were delicate and had a very short operational life. In addition, material shortages and Allied bombing raids on the factories limited production and operations.VariantsMe 262A-1a: Standard fighter version.Me 262A-2a Sturmvogel: Ground attack variant, armed with bombs.Me 262B-1a: Two-seat training version.Me 262C: Experimental variants with auxiliary propulsion systems.LegacyInnovation: The Me 262 represented a major technological advance in military aviation, influencing the development of postwar jet fighters worldwide.Technology: After the war, several examples were studied by the Allies and influenced the development of jets in the victorious countries, including the United States and the Soviet Union.ConclusionThe Messerschmitt Me 262A "Schwalbe" is one of the most iconic aircraft of World War II. Although its late entry into service and technical problems limited its effectiveness, the Me 262 demonstrated the potential of jet technology and marked the beginning of the jet fighter era.

 
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Let L-410UVP-E Turbolet 1/72 - KOVOZAVODY PROSTEJOV KPM0457
SKU KPV-72457
Brand KOVOZAVODY PROSTEJOV
Scale: 1/72
Nation: Repubblica Ceca
Period: Modern
Type: Aircraft
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Let L-410UVP-E "Turbolet" Over Europe airplane kit in 1/72 scale - KOVOZAVODY PROSTEJOV model.The Let L-410UVP-E "Turbolet" is a twin-engine regional transport aircraft produced by the Czech company Let Kunovice. The "UVP-E" model is one of the most advanced variants of the L-410 series. The nickname "Over Europe" refers to the widespread deployment and use of this aircraft in various European countries for different operations.Technical SpecificationsType: Regional transport airplaneEngines: Two Walter M601 turboprop engines or Pratt & Whitney PT6ACargo capacity: Can carry up to 19 passengersRange: Approximately 1.500 kmCruising Speed: Approximately 355 km/hOperational Altitude: Up to 6,000 metersConfiguration: High wing to improve stability and ability to operate from short, unprepared runwaysUseRegional TransportationRegional Airlines: The L-410UVP-E is widely used by regional airlines in Europe to transport passengers on short routes. Its ability to operate on short, unpaved runways makes it ideal for smaller airports.Cargo: In addition to passenger transport, the L-410UVP-E can be configured to carry cargo, making it versatile for a variety of logistics needs.Special OperationsAir Ambulance: Some examples have been converted into air ambulances, equipped with medical instruments for transporting critical patients.Search and Rescue: The robustness and reliability of the L-410UVP-E also make it suitable for search and rescue missions, especially in remote areas.Military UseArmed Forces: Several European countries have adopted the L-410UVP-E for military purposes, using it for troop transport, parachuting, and reconnaissance missions.Historical Background and DiffusionThe Let L-410 was developed in the 1960s and 1970s to meet the needs for a reliable and versatile regional aircraft. The "UVP-E" model represents an improved version with greater load capacity, range and overall performance. Its popularity in Europe is due to its combination of robustness, short takeoff and landing (STOL) capability, and relatively low operating costs.Impact and RelevanceThe L-410UVP-E has had a significant impact on regional transportation in Europe, improving connectivity between remote areas and urban centers. Its flexibility of use makes it a valuable asset for both civilian and military operations. Its reliability and ability to operate in harsh conditions have made it popular among many European operators.In summary, the Let L-410UVP-E "Turbolet" is a versatile and robust regional transport aircraft, widely used in Europe for a variety of purposes, from passenger transport to medical rescue, demonstrating its adaptability and reliability in multiple operational contexts.

 
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Learjet 35 Ambulance 1/144 - KOVOZAVODY PROSTEJOV KPM14409
SKU KPV-14409
Brand KOVOZAVODY PROSTEJOV
Scale: 1/72
Nation: United States of America
Period: Modern
Type: Aircraft
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1/144 scale Learjet 35 "Ambulance" airplane kit - Kovozavody Prostejov model.The Learjet 35 "Ambulance" is a version of the Learjet 35 private jet modified and equipped for emergency medical transport, also known as an air ambulance. Here is a detailed overview:Features of the Learjet 35Manufacturer: Bombardier Aerospace (originally produced by Learjet Corporation).Type: Light business jet.First Flight: August 22, 1973.Capacity: Can carry 6 to 8 passengers in standard configuration.Technical Specifications of the Learjet 35Engines: Two Garrett TFE731 turbofan engines.Maximum Speed: Approximately 872 km/h (541 mph).Range: Up to 3,310 km (2,060 nautical miles).Cruise Altitude: 13,716 meters (45,000 feet).Modifications for Ambulance UseInterior Configuration: The interior of the Learjet 35 "Ambulance" is modified to accommodate stretchers, advanced medical equipment and medical personnel. Typical configuration includes one or more stretchers, seats for doctors and nurses, and spaces for medical equipment.Medical Equipment: It is equipped with vital signs monitors, ventilators, infusion pumps, defibrillators, and other equipment needed for life support and treatment during flight.Access: It is often modified to facilitate loading and unloading of patients on stretchers.UseEmergency Medical Transport: Used to quickly transfer patients from one location to another, often in critical situations where time is a factor.Medical Evacuations: Often used for medical evacuations from remote areas or in international emergencies.Air Hospitalization: Allows hospital care to be provided during transport, stabilizing patients until they arrive at an appropriate medical facility.Advantages of the Learjet 35 "Ambulance"Speed: Due to its high cruising speed, the Learjet 35 can significantly reduce transport time compared to other forms of medical transport.Altitude and Comfort: The ability to fly at high altitudes provides a more stable and comfortable flight, which is important for critical patients.Range: With a wide range, it is suitable for long-distance flights without the need for frequent refueling.ConclusionThe Learjet 35 "Ambulance" is an essential aircraft in the field of emergency medical transport and medical evacuations. Its speed, range and ability to be equipped with sophisticated medical equipment make it an ideal choice for transferring critical patients quickly and efficiently.

 
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Avia S-92 - 1/72 - KOVOZAVODY PROSTEJOV CLK015
SKU KPV-CLK015
Brand KOVOZAVODY PROSTEJOV
Scale: 1/72
Nation: Czechoslovakia
Period: WWII
Type: Aircraft
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Avia S-92 "Vlaštovka" 1/72 Scale Fighter Aircraft Kit - KOVOZAVODY PROSTEJOV Model.The Avia S-92 "Vlaštovka" (meaning "swallow" in Czech) is the Czechoslovak name for the Messerschmitt Me 262, the world's first operational jet fighter used by the Luftwaffe during World War II. After the war, Czechoslovakia acquired and produced copies of this aircraft. Here is an overview of the features and history of the Avia S-92:Avia S-92 "Vlaštovka"Origins and DevelopmentGerman Base: The Avia S-92 is essentially a copy of the Messerschmitt Me 262, the famous German jet fighter that entered service during World War II. After the war, Czechoslovakia acquired components and documentation from the Me 262.Production: Production of the S-92 began in Czechoslovakia using parts salvaged from the Me 262 and with the assembly of new parts according to German designs. The Avia S-92 was produced by the Avia company, which already had experience in aircraft construction.Technical CharacteristicsEngines: The S-92 was equipped with Jumo 004 jet engines, the same as those used by the original Me 262.Armament: Typically armed with four MK 108 30 mm cannons mounted in the nose, similar to the configuration of the Me 262.Performance: With a top speed of around 870 km/h (540 mph) and an operational range of about 1050 km (650 miles), the S-92 represented a remarkable capability for the postwar Czechoslovak air force.Operational UsePost-War: The Avia S-92 was not used in combat. After World War II, Czechoslovakia sought to renew and modernize its air force using available advanced technology.Training and Experimentation: The S-92s were primarily used for pilot training and experimental purposes. They provided the Czechoslovakian Air Force with valuable experience in the use of jet aircraft.VersionsS-92: The standard fighter version.CS-92: The two-seat trainer version, derived from the Me 262B.LegacyInnovation: Although not involved in combat operations, the S-92 represented a major step forward for the Czechoslovakian Air Force and contributed to the modernization of the country's air force.Technological Bridge: It served as a technological bridge between the piston-powered aircraft of World War II and the new postwar jets.ConclusionThe Avia S-92 "Vlaštovka" is a testament to Czechoslovakia's ability to adapt and use advanced wartime technology for postwar purposes. Based on the Messerschmitt Me 262, the S-92 represents one of the examples of how European countries took advantage of German World War II innovations to modernize their armed forces in the postwar period.

 
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Ansaldo SVA 9 - 1/72 - KOVOZAVODY PROSTEJOV KPM0446
SKU KPV-72446
Brand KOVOZAVODY PROSTEJOV
Scale: 1/72
Nation: Italy
Period: WWI
Type: Aircraft
Category Kit

Ansaldo S.V.A.9 "Other services" airplane kit in 1/72 scale - Model KOVOZAVODY PROSTEJOV.The Ansaldo S.V.A. 9, in addition to being employed by the Italian Air Force, was also used by other nations and services for various purposes. Here is an overview of the use of the Ansaldo S.V.A. 9 in "Other services":International useAustriaPost-war period: After the end of World War I, some S.V.A. 9s were acquired by Austria for their air force.Missions: Employed primarily for reconnaissance and training tasks.PolandAcquisition: Poland acquired several S.V.A. 9s in the immediate postwar period.Purposes: Used for pilot training and reconnaissance missions.Civilian Services and Other UsesCivilian MissionsTransport and Communication: Some S.V.A. 9s were used for transporting mail and rapid communications between different locations, taking advantage of their speed and reliability.Private Use: After military demobilization, several examples were adapted for private use, either for recreational flights or small transports.Cinema and ExhibitionFilm Shooting: The maneuverability and reliability of the Ansaldo S.V.A. 9 also made it a popular aircraft for film shoots at the time.Air Shows: Used in air shows for demonstrations of the technical and maneuverable capabilities of the aircraft by pilots.Use in War and Minor ConflictsGreek-Turkish War (1919-1922)Air Support: Some examples were used by both sides for air support and reconnaissance missions during the conflict.Regional ConflictsReconnaissance Missions: Employed in various regional conflicts and post-conflict patrol missions, taking advantage of its long-range capabilities.ConclusionThe Ansaldo S.V.A. 9 "Other services" aircraft represents the adaptability and versatility of this aircraft, which not only served the Italian Air Force excellently, but also found use in numerous other international and civilian services. Its robustness, speed, and ease of maintenance have made it a valuable asset in multiple operational contexts.

 
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Ansaldo SVA 9 - 1/72 - KOVOZAVODY PROSTEJOV KPM0445
SKU KPV-72445
Brand KOVOZAVODY PROSTEJOV
Scale: 1/72
Nation: Italy
Period: WWI
Type: Aircraft
Category Kit

Fouga CM-170 Magister 'Over Europe Pt.2' Aircraft Kit in 1/72 scale - Model KOVOZAVODY PROSTEJOV.The Fouga CM-170 Magister is a jet trainer aircraft developed by the French company Fouga in the period following World War II. Here is an overview of its main features:Development: The Magister was designed in the 1950s to meet the needs of the French Armée de l'Air for a new advanced jet trainer aircraft. The first flight of the Magister took place in 1952.Technical Characteristics: The Magister is a single-engine jet aircraft with two tandem seats for the instructor and student. It is equipped with a Marbore II turbojet engine manufactured by Hispano-Suiza, which gives it good performanceKit Ansaldo S.V.A.9 "Italian Eagles" aircraft in 1/72 scale - Model KOVOZAVODY PROSTEJOV.The Ansaldo S.V.A. 9 is an Italian reconnaissance and light bombing biplane, used mainly during World War I and the period immediately after. Here is a detailed overview:Features of the Ansaldo S.V.A. 9Manufacturer: AnsaldoType: Biplane for reconnaissance and light bombingFirst Flight: 1917Technical SpecificationsEngine: An Isotta Fraschini V.4 inline engineB 220 hpMaximum Speed: Approximately 230 km/hRange: Approximately 1,000 kmMaximum Altitude: Approximately 6,000 metersArmament: Fixed machine guns and light bombsUsageRole and OperationsReconnaissance: Used mainly for observation and reconnaissance missions due to its stability and speed.Light Bombing: Equipped with light bombs, it was also used in tactical bombing missions.Performance and InnovationsSpeed and Agility: Noted for its speed and agility compared to other aircraft of the period.Structure: Robust construction that allowed it to operate in various theaters of operation with different weather conditions.Distinction "Italian Eagles"The term "Italian Eagles" is a reference to the Italian pilots who flew these aircraft, distinguishing themselves by courage and skill during missions. The Ansaldo S.V.A. 9 was a favorite among Italian pilots because of its performance and reliability.Historical SignificanceFamous Missions: Participated in several major missions, contributing to Italian air operations during and after World War I.Evolution of Aviation: The Ansaldo S.V.A. 9 represents an important step in the development of Italian military aviation, highlighting technical and tactical advances of the time.ConclusionThe Ansaldo S.V.A. 9 "Italian Eagles" is an emblematic aircraft in the history of Italian aviation, a symbol of the courage and skill of Italian pilots during the war period. Its speed, agility and versatility made it a valuable tool in reconnaissance and light bombing operations, contributing significantly to Italian military operations.

 
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Ansaldo SVA 10 - 1/72 - KOVOZAVODY PROSTEJOV KPM0448
SKU KPV-72448
Brand KOVOZAVODY PROSTEJOV
Scale: 1/72
Nation: Italy
Period: WWI
Type: Aircraft
Category Kit

Ansaldo S.V.A.10 "Other services" airplane kit 1/72 scale - Model KOVOZAVODY PROSTEJOV.The Ansaldo S.V.A. 10 "Other Services" refers to the use of this variant of the Italian biplane by armed forces other than the Italian armed forces. The S.V.A. 10, being a versatile and well-designed aircraft, has been used by several nations for a variety of purposes, mainly during and after World War I. Here is an overview of its use in other services:Technical SpecificationsType: Reconnaissance and light bombing biplane.Engine: SPA 6A, a 220-horsepower piston engine.Maximum speed: Approximately 230 km/h.Range: Up to 5 hours of flight time.Armament: Usually equipped with a fixed Vickers machine gun and a movable Lewis machine gun, as well as the ability to carry small bombs.International UseForeign Air ForcesAustria: After the war, a number of examples were used by the Austrian Air Force for training and reconnaissance tasks.Kingdom of Yugoslavia: The newly formed Air Force of the Kingdom of Yugoslavia also used the S.V.A. 10 for reconnaissance and training purposes.Reconnaissance and Bombing MissionsReconnaissance: As in the case of the Italian air force, foreign air forces also employed the S.V.A. 10 primarily for reconnaissance missions, taking advantage of its range and speed to gather valuable battlefield intelligence.Light Bombardment: The S.V.A. 10 was also used for light bombing missions against strategic targets, although this role was secondary to reconnaissance.TrainingTraining of Pilots: The stable and predictable flight characteristics of the S.V.A. 10 made it ideal for training new pilots, who could thus familiarize themselves with flight and reconnaissance techniques.Historical BackgroundThe Ansaldo S.V.A. 10, with its versatility and reliability, found use in various air forces, contributing to the development of these nations' air capabilities. Its international use demonstrates the quality of the Italian design and the importance of aerial reconnaissance in military operations of that era.ImpactThe S.V.A. 10 played a significant role not only for Italy but also for other nations that benefited from its reconnaissance and bombing capabilities. This biplane helped set standards for the design and employment of reconnaissance and training aircraft in various international contexts.

 
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Ansaldo SVA 10 - 1/72 - KOVOZAVODY PROSTEJOV KPM0447
SKU KPV-72447
Brand KOVOZAVODY PROSTEJOV
Scale: 1/72
Nation: Italy
Period: WWI
Type: Aircraft
Category Kit

Ansaldo S.V.A.10 "Italian Service" airplane kit in 1/72 scale - Model KOVOZAVODY PROSTEJOV.The Ansaldo S.V.A. 10 is a variant of the famous Italian biplane Ansaldo S.V.A., developed during World War I. This version was designed primarily for reconnaissance and light bombing tasks. Here is a detailed overview of the Ansaldo S.V.A. 10 in the context of Italian service:Technical CharacteristicsType: Reconnaissance and light bombing biplane.Engine: SPA 6A, a 220-horsepower piston engine.Maximum Speed: Approximately 230 km/h.Autonomy: Up to 5 hours flight time, ideal for long duration missions.Armament: Typically equipped with a fixed Vickers machine gun and a mobile Lewis machine gun, plus the ability to carry small bombs.Use in the Italian ServiceReconnaissanceReconnaissance Missions: The Ansaldo S.V.A. 10 was primarily employed for reconnaissance missions, due to its range and speed that allowed it to cover great distances and gather crucial information on enemy positions and troop movements.Light BombardmentTactical Bombing: Although designed primarily for reconnaissance, the S.V.A. 10 was also used for light tactical bombardment, hitting strategic targets such as supply lines, bridges and ammunition depots.Communications and ConnectionsTransporting Dispatches: It played a crucial role in the rapid transport of dispatches and orders between military units, using its speed to ensure timely communications.Support MissionsSupporting Ground Troops: The S.V.A. 10 provided direct support to ground troops, providing real-time updates on enemy movements and assisting in attack planning.Observation and Correction of Fire: It was also used for observation and correction of artillery fire, improving the accuracy and effectiveness of bombardments.Historical ImpactThe Ansaldo S.V.A. 10 was a key element in Italian military aviation during World War I, demonstrating the importance of aerial reconnaissance and tactical support. Its versatility and performance made it a highly valued aircraft for the Italian armed forces.

 
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Supermarine Spitfire PR Mk.XI 1/72 - KOVOZAVODY PROSTEJOV KPM0294
SKU KPV-72294
Brand KOVOZAVODY PROSTEJOV
Scale: 1/72
Nation: United Kingdom
Period: WWII
Type: Aircraft
Category Kit

Supermarine Spitfire PR.Mk.XI 'Special Markings' Fighter Aircraft Kit in 1/72 scale - Model KOVOZAVODY PROSTEJOV.The Supermarine Spitfire PR.Mk.XI was a variant of the famous British Supermarine Spitfire fighter aircraft, designed for photographic reconnaissance during World War II. Here is an overview of its main features:Development: The Spitfire PR.Mk.XI was developed as a specialized variant of the Supermarine Spitfire, designed to perform long-range photographic reconnaissance missions. It was one of several adaptations of the basic Spitfire design to meet specific mission requirements.Technical Characteristics: The Spitfire PR.Mk.XI retained many of the features of the basic Spitfire model, including the gull-wing design and Rolls-Royce Merlin engine. However, it was equipped with a camera mounted at the rear of the cockpit to perform photographic reconnaissance missions. The armament was often removed or reduced to increase flight range.Operational Role: The Spitfire PR.Mk.XI played a key role in providing detailed photographic images of enemy positions, including ground targets, military installations and troop movements. This information was crucial in planning Allied military operations.Variants: The PR.Mk.XI was one of several variants of the Spitfire adapted for photographic reconnaissance. Other variants included the PR.Mk.I, PR.Mk.IV, PR.Mk.VII and others, each with slightly different characteristics and capabilities.Operational Success: The Spitfire PR.Mk.XI proved to be a reliable and effective platform for photographic reconnaissance during World War II, contributing significantly to Allied intelligence and air warfare in the European theater.In summary, the Supermarine Spitfire PR.Mk.XI was a specialized variant of the famous British fighter aircraft adapted to perform photographic reconnaissance missions during World War II. It played a vital role in providing tactical intelligence to Allied forces and contributing to the overall success of the campaign.

 
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Salmson Sal 2 A2 1/72 - KOVOZAVODY PROSTEJOV KPM0328
SKU KPV-72328
Brand KOVOZAVODY PROSTEJOV
Scale: 1/72
Nation: France
Period: WWI
Type: Aircraft
Category Kit

Salmson Sal.2 A2 'Silver Wings' Aircraft Kit in 1/72 scale - Model KOVOZAVODY PROSTEJOV.The Salmson Sal.2 A2 was a French reconnaissance and observation aircraft used during World War I. Here is an overview of its main characteristics:Development: The Salmson Sal.2 A2 was developed by the French company Salmson as a reconnaissance and observation aircraft to support military operations during World War I. It was a two-seat aircraft designed to be rugged and maneuverable.Technical Characteristics: The Sal.2 A2 was equipped with a 120-horsepower Salmson 9Z radial engine, which gave it acceptable performance for the time. It had a wingspan of about 11 meters and a length of about 8 meters. It was armed with one or two machine guns to defend against enemy attacks during reconnaissance missions.Operational Role: The Salmson Sal.2 A2 was widely employed by the French Air Force during World War I. It played a crucial role in providing tactical and intelligence information to troops on the battlefield. It was able to perform long-range reconnaissance missions, monitor enemy troop movements, and locate artillery positions and strategic targets.Contribution to the War: The Sal.2 A2 contributed significantly to the Allied war effort during World War I, providing air support to ground troops and helping to gather strategic intelligence. Its reliability and ability to operate in a variety of weather conditions made it one of the most important reconnaissance aircraft of the conflict.Legacy: After the end of World War I, the Salmson Sal.2 A2 was gradually withdrawn from active service and replaced by more modern aircraft. However, it left a lasting imprint on the evolution of military aviation, demonstrating the importance of aerial reconnaissance in the wartime context and paving the way for the development of new technologies and tactics in the field of military intelligence.In summary, the Salmson Sal.2 A2 was a French reconnaissance and observation aircraft used during World War I, known for its reliability and its ability to provide tactical information to troops on the battlefield. It played an important role in contributing to the Allies' success during the conflict.

 
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Let L-420 - 1/72 - KOVOZAVODY PROSTEJOV KPM0438
SKU KPV-72438
Brand KOVOZAVODY PROSTEJOV
Scale: 1/72
Nation: Repubblica Ceca
Period: Modern
Type: Aircraft
Category Kit

Let L-420 'Turbolet' 1/72 scale transport aircraft kit - KOVOZAVODY PROSTEJOV model.The Let L-420 'Turbolet' is a regional turboprop transport aircraft developed by the Czech company Let Kunovice. It is an improved and stretched version of the better known Let L-410 'Turbolet'. Here is an overview of its main features:Development: The Let L-420 was developed as an evolved version of the Let L-410, designed to offer greater cargo capacity and range.Technical Features: The L-420 is equipped with Walter M601F turboprop engines with a power output of about 750 shp (shaft horsepower) each. It has an elongated fuselage compared to the L-410, allowing for greater carrying capacity. It can carry up to 27 passengers in standard configuration or up to 2.5 tons of cargo.Operational Roles: The Let L-420 is mainly used for regional passenger and cargo transport on short- and medium-haul routes. It is well suited to serve remote communities or regions with limited airport infrastructure because of its ability to operate from unprepared runways.Versatility: In addition to passenger transport, the L-420 can be configured to perform a variety of missions, including cargo transport, medical evacuations, maritime patrol, surveillance, and other special tasks.Legacy: The Let L-420 is based on the proven platform of the L-410, with some enhancements and upgrades to improve its performance and versatility. It shares many features with its predecessor, including structural robustness and the ability to operate in harsh environmental conditions.In summary, the Let L-420 'Turbolet' is a regional turboprop transport aircraft designed to offer greater capacity and range than its predecessor, the Let L-410. It is used to transport passengers and cargo on regional routes and can be adapted to perform a variety of special missions.

 
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Let L-410UVP-E Military 1/72 - KOVOZAVODY PROSTEJOV KPM0437
SKU KPV-72437
Brand KOVOZAVODY PROSTEJOV
Scale: 1/72
Nation: Repubblica Ceca
Period: Modern
Type: Aircraft
Category Kit

Let L-410UVP-E Military 'Turbolet' Aircraft Kit in 1/72 Scale - KOVOZAVODY PROSTEJOV Model.The Let L-410UVP-E Military "Turbolet" is a military variant of the Let L-410 light turboprop transport aircraft, designed and produced by the Czech company Let Kunovice. Here is an overview of its main features:Development: The Let L-410UVP-E Military is a military version of the L-410UVP-E, adapted to meet the needs of the armed forces.Technical Features: The L-410UVP-E Military is equipped with Walter M601E turboprop engines, similar to the civilian version. It has a passenger or cargo carrying capacity similar to the civilian variant, but can be configured to perform a range of military missions, including troop transport, parachute drop, cargo transport, air rescue and other special missions.Operational Roles: The L-410UVP-E Military is primarily used by the armed forces for tactical transport and logistic support purposes. Its ability to operate from unprepared runways makes it particularly suitable for operations in remote or poorly developed areas.Military Equipment: The L-410UVP-E Military can be equipped with specialized equipment and systems for military missions, such as advanced avionics and navigation systems, self-protection devices, encrypted communication systems, and supply or parachute drop devices.Legacy: Like many military variants of civilian aircraft, the Let L-410UVP-E Military is based on the robust platform of its civilian predecessor. This allows the armed forces to take advantage of the aircraft's proven reliability and versatility for a variety of tactical and support missions.In summary, the Let L-410UVP-E Military "Turbolet" is a military variant of the L-410UVP-E light turboprop transport aircraft, adapted to meet the needs of the armed forces in a range of tactical and logistical support missions.

 
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Let L-410UVP-E 1/72 - KOVOZAVODY PROSTEJOV KPM0435
SKU KPV-72435
Brand KOVOZAVODY PROSTEJOV
Scale: 1/72
Nation: Repubblica Ceca
Period: Modern
Type: Aircraft
Category Kit

Let L-410UVP-E 'Turbolet' 1/72 scale transport aircraft kit - KOVOZAVODY PROSTEJOV model.The Let L-410UVP-E 'Turbolet' is a Czech-made light turboprop transport aircraft. Here is an overview of its main features:Development: The Let L-410 was developed by the Czech company Let Kunovice as a successor to the original Let L-410 Turbolet. The UVP-E version is one of the most advanced and popular variants of the model.Technical Features: The L-410UVP-E is powered by two Walter M601E turboprop engines, providing about 750 shp (shaft horsepower) each. This aircraft can carry up to 19 passengers in passenger configuration or 1.5 tons of cargo in cargo configuration. It has a flight range of about 1,000 kilometers and a cruising speed of about 370 km/h.Operational Roles: The Let L-410UVP-E is mainly used to transport passengers and cargo on regional and local routes. It is widely used in many parts of the world to connect remote communities and serve airports with unpaved or small runways.Robustness and Reliability: The L-410UVP-E is known for its robustness and reliability. It is designed to operate in harsh environmental conditions, including extreme temperatures, unprepared terrain and adverse weather conditions.Legacy: The Let L-410 has a long production history dating back to the 1970s. It has been constantly updated and improved over the years to meet the needs of its operators. The UVP-E 'Turbolet' model is one of the most popular and popular of the L-410 family.In summary, the Let L-410UVP-E 'Turbolet' is a light turboprop transport aircraft with a proven history of reliability and versatility, widely used for passenger and cargo transport in many parts of the world.

 
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Let L-410UVP 1/72 - KOVOZAVODY PROSTEJOV KPM0436
SKU KPV-72436
Brand KOVOZAVODY PROSTEJOV
Scale: 1/72
Nation: Repubblica Ceca
Period: Modern
Type: Aircraft
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Let L-410UVP 'Turbolet' 1/72 scale transport aircraft kit - KOVOZAVODY PROSTEJOV model.The Let L-410UVP "Turbolet" is a light turboprop transport aircraft designed and manufactured by the Czech company Let Kunovice. Here is an overview of its main features:Development: The Let L-410 was developed as a successor to the original Let L-410 Turbolet. The UVP variant is one of the earliest produced versions of the model.Technical Features: The Let L-410UVP is equipped with two Walter M-601B turboprop engines, each producing about 751 horsepower. It has a carrying capacity of about 17-19 passengers, depending on the interior configuration, and a cargo capacity of about 1.5 tons.Operational Roles: The Let L-410UVP is mainly used to transport passengers and cargo on regional and local routes. It is suitable for operating at airports with unprepared or small runways, making it ideal for connecting remote communities or operating in regions with limited airport infrastructure.Robustness and Reliability: The Let L-410UVP is known for its robustness and reliability. It is designed to operate in harsh environmental conditions, including extreme temperatures and unprepared terrain. Its durable structure and simple design contribute to its reputation as a reliable aircraft.Legacy: The Let L-410 has a long production history dating back to the 1970s. Over the years, numerous variants and versions of the original model have been developed to meet customers' needs and to adapt to changes in regulations and safety requirements.In summary, the Let L-410UVP "Turbolet" is a versatile and reliable light turboprop transport aircraft that is widely used for passenger and cargo transport in many parts of the world.

 
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Fouga CM-170 Magister 1/72 - KOVOZAVODY PROSTEJOV KPM0444
SKU KPV-72444
Brand KOVOZAVODY PROSTEJOV
Scale: 1/72
Nation: France
Period: Dopoguerra
Type: Aircraft
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Fouga CM-170 Magister 'Over Europe Pt.2' Aircraft Kit in 1/72 scale - Model KOVOZAVODY PROSTEJOV.The Fouga CM-170 Magister is a jet trainer aircraft developed by the French company Fouga in the period following World War II. Here is an overview of its main features:Development: The Magister was designed in the 1950s to meet the needs of the French Armée de l'Air for a new advanced jet trainer aircraft. The first flight of the Magister took place in 1952.Technical Characteristics: The Magister is a single-engine jet aircraft with two tandem seats for the instructor and student. It is equipped with a Marbore II turbojet engine manufactured by Hispano-Suiza, which gives it good performance for advanced training.Operational Roles: The Fouga Magister has been used mainly as an advanced training aircraft for the air forces of various countries. It was appreciated for its excellent handling characteristics, which made it ideal for aerobatic flight and air combat training.International Success: The Magister has achieved considerable international success, with many nations using it as a training aircraft for their air forces. It was used by more than 20 nations around the world and served in several conflicts, including the Algerian War.Legacy: Although the Fouga Magister was gradually replaced by more modern aircraft in the advanced training role, it left a lasting imprint on military aviation history. Many examples have been preserved as historic aircraft and continue to fly in air shows and flying events.In summary, the Fouga CM-170 Magister was an important jet trainer aircraft used by numerous air forces around the world. Prized for its excellent handling performance and versatility, it has played a significant role in training military pilots for several decades.

 
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DH-82A Tiger Moth Mk II 1/72 - KOVOZAVODY PROSTEJOV KPM0443
SKU KPV-72443
Brand KOVOZAVODY PROSTEJOV
Scale: 1/72
Nation: United Kingdom
Period: WWII
Type: Aircraft
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De Havilland DH-82A Tiger Moth Mk.II 'Royal Navy' Aircraft Kit in 1/72 scale - Model KOVOZAVODY PROSTEJOV.The De Havilland DH-82A Tiger Moth Mk.II is a biplane training aircraft developed in the 1930s and used primarily as a primary training aircraft during World War II. Here is an overview of its main features:Development: The Tiger Moth was developed as a successor to the De Havilland DH.60 Moth. The DH-82A Tiger Moth Mk.II is one of the most popular variants of the Tiger Moth, featuring a more powerful engine and other improvements over earlier models.Technical Features: The Tiger Moth Mk.II is a single-engine biplane aircraft with two tandem seats for the instructor and student pilot. It is equipped with a 130-horsepower De Havilland Gipsy Major linear engine, giving it reasonable performance for primary training.Operational Roles: During World War II, the Tiger Moth Mk.II was widely used as the primary training aircraft for pilots in the Royal Air Force (RAF) and other Allied air forces. It was used to train pilots in basic flying skills such as takeoff, landing, formation flying and other essential maneuvers.Versatility: In addition to its primary role as a training aircraft, the Tiger Moth Mk.II was also used for other purposes, such as glider towing, coastal patrol, rescue, and logistical support.Legacy: After the end of World War II, many Tiger Moth Mk.IIs were converted for civilian use and continued to be used for pilot training, air shows, and other purposes. Today, many surviving examples are preserved and still fly as historic aircraft.In summary, the De Havilland DH-82A Tiger Moth Mk.II was an important training aircraft during World War II, playing a crucial role in training generations of military and civilian pilots. Its simplicity, handling and reliability made it a much-loved aircraft for aviators around the world.

 
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Yakovlev Yak-3 Aces 1/72 - KOVOZAVODY PROSTEJOV CLK013
SKU KPV-CLK013
Brand KOVOZAVODY PROSTEJOV
Scale: 1/72
Nation: Russia
Period: WWII
Type: Aircraft
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Soviet Yakovlev Yak-3 'Aces' Fighter Aircraft Kit (EX HELLER/SMER) 1/72 Scale - Model KOVOZAVODY PROSTEJOV.The Yakovlev Yak-3 was a Soviet fighter aircraft developed during World War II. The designation "Aces" refers to a particular variant of this aircraft. Here is some information:Origin and Development:The Yakovlev Yak-3 was a single-engine fighter aircraft designed and built by the Soviet Union during World War II.It was developed as a successor to the Yak-1 and Yak-7 and was distinguished by its characteristics of light weight, speed, and maneuverability.Technical Features:The Yak-3 was equipped with a Klimov VK-105PF-2 piston engine, a liquid-cooled 12-cylinder V-engine that provided a power output of about 1,300 hp.It was armed with machine guns and cannons mounted on the engine cowl, with a standard configuration of two 12.7 mm machine guns and one 20 mm cannon.'Aces' variant:The "Aces" variant of the Yak-3 featured further optimization of the aircraft's performance.This variant could include improvements to the engine, aircraft structure, or armament, aimed at increasing its combat effectiveness.Role and Use:The Yak-3 had been employed primarily as a fighter aircraft in the Voenno-vozdušnye sily (VVS), the Soviet Air Force, during World War II.Due to its excellent performance, the Yak-3 proved to be a formidable opponent for German fighter planes, contributing significantly to the Soviet Union's air superiority.Legacy:The Yak-3 was one of the best Soviet fighters of World War II, with remarkable maneuverability and performance.Although the production of the Yak-3 was limited compared to other models such as the Lavochkin La-5 and the Yak-9, its impact on air combat was significant and it earned a place in Soviet aviation history.

 
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Yakovlev Yak-3 - 1/72 - KOVOZAVODY PROSTEJOV CLK014
SKU KPV-CLK014
Brand KOVOZAVODY PROSTEJOV
Scale: 1/72
Nation: Russia
Period: WWII
Type: Aircraft
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Soviet Yakovlev Yak-3 (EX HELLER/SMER) 1/72 scale fighter plane kit - Model KOVOZAVODY PROSTEJOV.The Yakovlev Yak-3 was a Soviet fighter plane developed during World War II. Here is some information about this aircraft:Origin and Development:The Yak-3 was designed and built by the OKB Yakovlev, led by Aleksandr Sergeevic Jakovlev, during World War II.It was developed as a successor to earlier Yakovlev fighter models, such as the Yak-1 and Yak-7.Technical Characteristics:The Yak-3 was a single-engine aircraft with a low-wing monoplane configuration.It was powered by a Klimov VK-105PF-2 piston engine, a liquid-cooled 12-cylinder V-engine, which provided a power output of about 1,300 hp.It was armed with machine guns and cannons mounted on the engine cowl, with a standard configuration of two 12.7-mm machine guns and one 20-mm cannon.Role and Use:The Yak-3 was intended primarily for the role of an aerial fighter and was used by the Soviet Air Force, the Voenno-vozdušnye sily (VVS), during World War II.Due to its excellent performance, the Yak-3 proved to be a formidable opponent for German fighter aircraft, contributing significantly to the Soviet Union's air superiority.Performance and Maneuverability:The Yak-3 was known for its excellent speed and maneuverability performance.It was one of the lightest and most agile fighter aircraft of its era, making it particularly effective in close air combat.Legacy:The Yak-3 was considered one of the best Soviet fighters of World War II.Although its production was limited compared to other models, its impact on aerial combat was significant and it earned a prominent place in Soviet aviation history.The Yak-3 remained in service after the war, with some variants being used in several local conflicts and in the air forces of some Eastern European countries.

 
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Sukhoi Su-17UM3/Su-22UM 1/72 - KOVOZAVODY PROSTEJOV KPM0208
SKU KPV-72208
Brand KOVOZAVODY PROSTEJOV
Scale: 1/72
Nation: Russia
Period: Cold War
Type: Aircraft
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Su-17UM3/Su-22UM fighter-bomber kit in 1/72 scale - KOVOZAVODY PROSTEJOV model. The Su-17UM3, also known as Su-22UM in some variants, is a two-seat advanced training aircraft based on the Su-17 fighter-bomber (NATO designation "Fitter"). Here is some information about this variant: Origin and Development: The Su-17UM3/Su-22UM was developed by the Soviet Union as a two-seat variant of the Su-17 ground attack aircraft to provide advanced training capabilities. Technical Characteristics: The Su-17UM3 retains many of the technical features of the single-seat Su-17, including the afterburner engine. It is designed with an additional cockpit behind that of the main pilot, allowing a training instructor to sit behind the trainee pilot. Role and Usage: The Su-17UM3/Su-22UM is primarily used as an advanced training aircraft for pilots intended to operate single-seat Su-17s. The aircraft is capable of simulating a wide range of combat situations, including ground attack and air defense missions. Performance: The Su-17UM3/Su-22UM has similar performance to the single-seat Su-17, with low-altitude and high-speed flight capabilities. The aircraft is capable of carrying a load of bombs, missiles and other armaments like the single-seat Su-17. Legacy: The Su-17UM3/Su-22UM has played an important role in training military pilots in Russia and other countries using the Su-17 aircraft or its variants. It has helped prepare pilots for real combat missions and improved the effectiveness of air forces operating the Su-17.

 
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LVG C VI 1/72 - KOVOZAVODY PROSTEJOV KPM0403
SKU KPV-72403
Brand KOVOZAVODY PROSTEJOV
Scale: 1/72
Nation: Germany
Period: WWI
Type: Aircraft
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LVG C.VI "In Other Service" Reconnaissance and and Bombing Aircraft Kit in 1/72 scale - Model KOVOZAVODY PROSTEJOV.LVG C.VI was a reconnaissance and light bombing aircraft developed by the German aviation company Luft-Verkehrs-Gesellschaft (LVG) during World War I. Here is some information about this aircraft:Origin and Development:The LVG C.VI was developed as a successor to the earlier LVG C.IV model.It was designed to perform reconnaissance, aerial observation and light bombing tasks.Technical Characteristics:The LVG C.VI was a monoplane aircraft with a wood and canvas structure.It was equipped with a 260-hp Mercedes D.IVa piston engine, which gave it a top speed of about 160 km/h (100 mph).It had a two-seat configuration with a pilot and an observer/mitregiver seated in tandem in the open cockpit.Role and Use:The LVG C.VI was primarily employed as a tactical reconnaissance and aerial observation aircraft.It could also be used to conduct light bombing operations, dropping bombs manually or via a lower nacelle.Operation:The LVG C.VI was used by the German Air Force (Luftstreitkräfte) during World War I.This model was also employed by other countries such as the Ottoman Empire, the Austro-Hungarian Empire and Bulgaria, which had close cooperative relations with Germany during the conflict.Legacy:The LVG C.VI contributed significantly to air operations during World War I, performing vital observation and reconnaissance tasks.Although it was surpassed in performance by more modern combat aircraft models toward the end of the conflict, the LVG C.VI remained in service until the end of the war and was an important part of the military aviation history of the time.

 
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LET L-60 photoetched parts 1/72 - KP EX027
SKU KPV-EX027
Brand KOVOZAVODY PROSTEJOV
Scale: 1/72
Nation: Czechoslovakia
Period: WWII
Type: Aircraft
Category Photo etched

Photoetched parts for LET L-60 in 1/72 scale.

 
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Avia BH-10 - 1/72 - KOVOZAVODY PROSTEJOV KPM0428
SKU KPV-72428
Brand KOVOZAVODY PROSTEJOV
Scale: 1/72
Nation: Czechoslovakia
Period: WWI
Type: Aircraft
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Avia BH-10 "Special markings" biplane fighter plane kit in 1/72 scale - Model KOVOZAVODY PROSTEJOV.The Avia BH-10 was a biplane fighter plane developed and produced by the Czechoslovak Avia company in the early 1920s. It was one of Avia's earliest military aircraft designs and played a significant role in Czechoslovak aviation history.Here are some key features of the Avia BH-10:Design and Role:The Avia BH-10 was a biplane designed as a fighter aircraft. Its construction was in metal, an innovative approach at the time.Motorization:The plane was powered by a 450 hp Renault 12Ja linear inline engine.Armament:The BH-10's armament included a 7.7 mm caliber Vickers machine gun synchronized to the pilot and a second Lewis machine gun mounted on the back of the fuselage, operated by the observer or rear pilot.Production and Service:The Avia BH-10 was produced in a number of variants. It was used mainly by the air force of Czechoslovakia. Because of its metal construction and relatively advanced performance for the time, the aircraft had a significant impact.Successors:The Avia BH-10 was successful enough to lead to the development of later variants, such as the Avia BH-11 and BH-21.The Avia BH-10 represents an important stage in the development of Czechoslovak military aviation, contributing to the modernization of the country's air force during the period between the two world wars.

 
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Avia BH-10 - 1/72 - KOVOZAVODY PROSTEJOV KPM0421
SKU KPV-72421
Brand KOVOZAVODY PROSTEJOV
Scale: 1/72
Nation: Czechoslovakia
Period: WWI
Type: Aircraft
Category Kit

Avia BH-10 Biplane Fighter Aircraft Kit 1/72 Scale - Model KOVOZAVODY PROSTEJOV.The Avia BH-10 was a biplane fighter aircraft developed and produced by the Czechoslovak Avia company in the early 1920s. It was one of Avia's earliest military aircraft designs and played a significant role in Czechoslovak aviation history.Here are some key features of the Avia BH-10:Design and Role:The Avia BH-10 was a biplane designed as a fighter aircraft. Its construction was in metal, an innovative approach at the time.Motorization:The plane was powered by a 450 hp Renault 12Ja linear inline engine.Armament:The BH-10's armament included a 7.7 mm caliber Vickers machine gun synchronized to the pilot and a second Lewis machine gun mounted on the back of the fuselage, operated by the observer or rear pilot.Production and Service:The Avia BH-10 was produced in a number of variants. It was used mainly by the air force of Czechoslovakia. Because of its metal construction and relatively advanced performance for the time, the aircraft had a significant impact.Successors:The Avia BH-10 was successful enough to lead to the development of later variants, such as the Avia BH-11 and BH-21.The Avia BH-10 represents an important stage in the development of Czechoslovak military aviation, contributing to the modernization of the country's air force during the period between the two world wars.

 
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Avia B-10 - 1/72 - KOVOZAVODY PROSTEJOV KPM0422
SKU KPV-72422
Brand KOVOZAVODY PROSTEJOV
Scale: 1/72
Nation: Czechoslovakia
Period: WWI
Type: Aircraft
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Avia B-10 "Military" Bomber Aircraft Kit in 1/72 scale - Model KOVOZAVODY PROSTEJOV.The Avia B-10 is a twin-engine bomber developed and produced by the Czechoslovak Avia company during the 1930s. It is a medium bombing aircraft that played a significant role in the air forces of a number of countries during that period.Here are some key features of the Avia B-10:Design:The Avia B-10 was designed as a twin-engine bomber and bideck by four crew members. It featured the medium-wing monoplane configuration.Engines:The plane was equipped with two Avia Vr-36 radial engines of 700 hp each, giving it good power for the time.Armament:The armament of the Avia B-10 included defensive machine guns mounted on turrets. Arrangement of weapons could vary depending on specific versions of the aircraft.Bombing Capabilities:The Avia B-10 could carry bomb loads in the inner bomber compartment, enabling tactical bombing missions.Production and Use:The Avia B-10 was produced under license in Czechoslovakia and, in addition to being used by the Czechoslovak air force, was exported to other countries such as Sweden, Yugoslavia, and Bulgaria.Success and Impact:The Avia B-10 was one of the world's first bombers with an all-metal structure and all-metal construction. Its introduction marked a significant advance in military aircraft design.The Avia B-10 represents an important chapter in Czechoslovak aviation history and helped introduce new technologies in military aircraft design at the time.

 
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Aero K-75 - 1/72 - KOVOZAVODY PROSTEJOV KPM0429
SKU KPV-72429
Brand KOVOZAVODY PROSTEJOV
Scale: 1/72
Nation: Czechoslovakia
Period: Dopoguerra
Type: Aircraft
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Aero K-75 "Military" 1/72 scale airplane kit - KOVOZAVODY PROSTEJOV model.The Aero AE 45 is a Czechoslovakian-made light aircraft that was developed and built by the Aero Vodochody company in the 1940s and 1950s. It is a twin-engine light aircraft used mainly for passenger transport and regional connection. Here is some key information about the Aero AE 45:Design:The Aero AE 45 is designed as a low-wing monoplane with a low-wing configuration and retractable landing gear. It can accommodate 4 to 6 passengers depending on the interior configuration.Engines:The aircraft is powered by two Walter Minor 4-III radial engines, each mounted on a wing nacelle at the end of the wingtip.First Flight:The first flight of the Aero AE 45 occurred in 1947.Use:The Aero AE 45 was used primarily as a light transport and liaison aircraft. It found use in both civil and military aviation in some countries.Variants:Several variants of the Aero AE 45 were developed, including passenger and cargo versions. Some variants were also equipped with different engines.Production:The Aero AE 45 was produced in different quantities from the late 1940s until the early 1960s. It was a popular aircraft in Central Europe and other countries.Success:The Aero AE 45 was a successful aircraft for Aero Vodochody and was well received in light transport and regional liaison operations.It is possible that the Aero AE 45 also served in different roles over the years, such as training and surveillance, depending on the operator's needs.

 
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Aero Ae-45S 1/72 - KOVOZAVODY PROSTEJOV KPM0432
SKU KPV-72432
Brand KOVOZAVODY PROSTEJOV
Scale: 1/72
Nation: Czechoslovakia
Period: Dopoguerra
Type: Aircraft
Category Kit

Aero Ae-45S "Super Aero Pt.II" aircraft kit in 1/72 scale - KOVOZAVODY PROSTEJOV model.The Aero AE 45 is a Czechoslovakian-made light aircraft that was developed and built by the Aero Vodochody company in the 1940s and 1950s. It is a twin-engine light aircraft used mainly for passenger transport and regional connection. Here is some key information about the Aero AE 45:Design:The Aero AE 45 is designed as a low-wing monoplane with a low-wing configuration and retractable landing gear. It can accommodate 4 to 6 passengers depending on the interior configuration.Engines:The aircraft is powered by two Walter Minor 4-III radial engines, each mounted on a wing nacelle at the end of the wingtip.First Flight:The first flight of the Aero AE 45 occurred in 1947.Use:The Aero AE 45 was used primarily as a light transport and liaison aircraft. It found use in both civil and military aviation in some countries.Variants:Several variants of the Aero AE 45 were developed, including passenger and cargo versions. Some variants were also equipped with different engines.Production:The Aero AE 45 was produced in different quantities from the late 1940s until the early 1960s. It was a popular aircraft in Central Europe and other countries.Success:The Aero AE 45 was a successful aircraft for Aero Vodochody and was well received in light transport and regional liaison operations.It is possible that the Aero AE 45 also served in different roles over the years, such as training and surveillance, depending on the operator's needs.

 
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Aero Ae-45S 1/72 - KOVOZAVODY PROSTEJOV KPM0431
SKU KPV-72431
Brand KOVOZAVODY PROSTEJOV
Scale: 1/72
Nation: Czechoslovakia
Period: Dopoguerra
Type: Aircraft
Category Kit

Aero Ae-45S "Super Aero Pt.I." aircraft kit in 1/72 scale - KOVOZAVODY PROSTEJOV model.The Aero AE 45 is a Czechoslovakian-made light aircraft that was developed and built by the Aero Vodochody company in the 1940s and 1950s. It is a twin-engine light aircraft used mainly for passenger transport and regional connection. Here is some key information about the Aero AE 45:Design:The Aero AE 45 is designed as a low-wing monoplane with a low-wing configuration and retractable landing gear. It can accommodate 4 to 6 passengers depending on the interior configuration.Engines:The aircraft is powered by two Walter Minor 4-III radial engines, each mounted on a wing nacelle at the end of the wingtip.First Flight:The first flight of the Aero AE 45 occurred in 1947.Use:The Aero AE 45 was used primarily as a light transport and liaison aircraft. It found use in both civil and military aviation in some countries.Variants:Several variants of the Aero AE 45 were developed, including passenger and cargo versions. Some variants were also equipped with different engines.Production:The Aero AE 45 was produced in different quantities from the late 1940s until the early 1960s. It was a popular aircraft in Central Europe and other countries.Success:The Aero AE 45 was a successful aircraft for Aero Vodochody and was well received in light transport and regional liaison operations.It is possible that the Aero AE 45 also served in different roles over the years, such as training and surveillance, depending on the operator's needs.

 
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Aero Ae-45 - 1/72 - KOVOZAVODY PROSTEJOV KPM0430
SKU KPV-72430
Brand KOVOZAVODY PROSTEJOV
Scale: 1/72
Nation: Czechoslovakia
Period: Dopoguerra
Type: Aircraft
Category Kit

Aero Ae-45 aircraft kit in 1/72 scale - KOVOZAVODY PROSTEJOV model.The Aero AE 45 is a Czechoslovakian-made light aircraft that was developed and built by the Aero Vodochody company in the 1940s and 1950s. It is a twin-engine light aircraft used mainly for passenger transport and regional connection. Here is some key information about the Aero AE 45:Design:The Aero AE 45 is designed as a low-wing monoplane with a low-wing configuration and retractable landing gear. It can accommodate 4 to 6 passengers depending on the interior configuration.Engines:The aircraft is powered by two Walter Minor 4-III radial engines, each mounted on a wing nacelle at the end of the wingtip.First Flight:The first flight of the Aero AE 45 occurred in 1947.Use:The Aero AE 45 was used primarily as a light transport and liaison aircraft. It found use in both civil and military aviation in some countries.Variants:Several variants of the Aero AE 45 were developed, including passenger and cargo versions. Some variants were also equipped with different engines.Production:The Aero AE 45 was produced in different quantities from the late 1940s until the early 1960s. It was a popular aircraft in Central Europe and other countries.Success:The Aero AE 45 was a successful aircraft for Aero Vodochody and was well received in light transport and regional liaison operations.It is possible that the Aero AE 45 also served in different roles over the years, such as training and surveillance, depending on the operator's needs.

 
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Aero Ae-145 - 1/72 - KOVOZAVODY PROSTEJOV KPM0434
SKU KPV-72434
Brand KOVOZAVODY PROSTEJOV
Scale: 1/72
Nation: Czechoslovakia
Period: Dopoguerra
Type: Aircraft
Category Kit

Aero Ae-145 "Special Markings" 1/72 scale airplane kit - KOVOZAVODY PROSTEJOV model.The Aero AE 45 is a Czechoslovakian-made light aircraft that was developed and built by the Aero Vodochody company in the 1940s and 1950s. It is a twin-engine light aircraft used mainly for passenger transport and regional connection. Here is some key information about the Aero AE 45:Design:The Aero AE 45 is designed as a low-wing monoplane with a low-wing configuration and retractable landing gear. It can accommodate 4 to 6 passengers depending on the interior configuration.Engines:The aircraft is powered by two Walter Minor 4-III radial engines, each mounted on a wing nacelle at the end of the wingtip.First Flight:The first flight of the Aero AE 45 occurred in 1947.Use:The Aero AE 45 was used primarily as a light transport and liaison aircraft. It found use in both civil and military aviation in some countries.Variants:Several variants of the Aero AE 45 were developed, including passenger and cargo versions. Some variants were also equipped with different engines.Production:The Aero AE 45 was produced in different quantities from the late 1940s until the early 1960s. It was a popular aircraft in Central Europe and other countries.Success:The Aero AE 45 was a successful aircraft for Aero Vodochody and was well received in light transport and regional liaison operations.It is possible that the Aero AE 45 also served in different roles over the years, such as training and surveillance, depending on the operator's needs.

 
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Aero Ae-145 - 1/72 - KOVOZAVODY PROSTEJOV KPM0433
SKU KPV-72433
Brand KOVOZAVODY PROSTEJOV
Scale: 1/72
Nation: Czechoslovakia
Period: Dopoguerra
Type: Aircraft
Category Kit

Aero Ae-145 aircraft kit in 1/72 scale - KOVOZAVODY PROSTEJOV model.The Aero AE 45 is a Czechoslovakian-made light aircraft that was developed and built by the Aero Vodochody company in the 1940s and 1950s. It is a twin-engine light aircraft used mainly for passenger transport and regional connection. Here is some key information about the Aero AE 45:Design:The Aero AE 45 is designed as a low-wing monoplane with a low-wing configuration and retractable landing gear. It can accommodate 4 to 6 passengers depending on the interior configuration.Engines:The aircraft is powered by two Walter Minor 4-III radial engines, each mounted on a wing nacelle at the end of the wingtip.First Flight:The first flight of the Aero AE 45 occurred in 1947.Use:The Aero AE 45 was used primarily as a light transport and liaison aircraft. It found use in both civil and military aviation in some countries.Variants:Several variants of the Aero AE 45 were developed, including passenger and cargo versions. Some variants were also equipped with different engines.Production:The Aero AE 45 was produced in different quantities from the late 1940s until the early 1960s. It was a popular aircraft in Central Europe and other countries.Success:The Aero AE 45 was a successful aircraft for Aero Vodochody and was well received in light transport and regional liaison operations.It is possible that the Aero AE 45 also served in different roles over the years, such as training and surveillance, depending on the operator's needs.

 
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Robinson R-44 Raven II - 1/72 - KOVOZAVODY PROSTEJOV KPM0215
SKU KPV-72215
Brand KOVOZAVODY PROSTEJOV
Scale: 1/72
Nation: United States of America
Period: Modern
Type: Elicotteri
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Robinson R-44 Raven II Helicopter Kit 1/72 Scale - Model KOVOZAVODY PROSTEJOV. The Robinson R-44 Raven II is a four-seat light helicopter produced by the Robinson Helicopter Company. This helicopter is an improved version of the popular R-44 Raven model and is widely used in various applications, including flight training, private transport and light missions. Here are some key features of the Robinson R-44 Raven II: Configuration: The R-44 Raven II is a piston-powered helicopter with a four-seat configuration, arranged in two rows of two. Engine: It is powered by a six-cylinder Lycoming IO-540 piston engine, which gives it more power than its predecessor, the R-44 Raven. Cooling System: The Raven II has an improved cooling system compared to the original model. Engine Representation: The Raven II is designed with greater engine representation than the original Raven model, making it more suitable for training situations. Common Use: This helicopter is often used for flight training, air patrol, private transport and other light missions. Its versatility and more compact size make it suitable for a variety of applications. The Robinson R-44 Raven II has been a commercial success and has found use in many parts of the world. Its popularity is due in part to its relatively lower cost than some similarly sized helicopters, making it accessible to a wider range of users.

 
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Miles Messenger 1/72 - KOVOZAVODY PROSTEJOV KPM0426
SKU KPV-72426
Brand KOVOZAVODY PROSTEJOV
Scale: 1/72
Nation: United Kingdom
Period: WWII
Type: Aircraft
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Miles Messenger "Early" 1/72 Scale Aircraft Kit - Model KOVOZAVODY PROSTEJOV. The Miles Messenger is a light single-engine aircraft designed and built by Miles Aircraft, a British aircraft construction company active in the pre- and post-World War II period. Here is some key information about the Miles Messenger: Role: The Miles Messenger was designed primarily as a light liaison and training aircraft. Its compact design and limited carrying capacity made it suitable for light transport missions, flight training and similar tasks. Configuration: It was a two-seat monoplane with low wings and a tricycle configuration with retractable landing gear. The cabin accommodated the pilot and one passenger or student. Engine: The Messenger generally mounted a piston engine of various versions, including the De Havilland Gipsy Major. Production and Use: The first flight of the Miles Messenger occurred in 1942. It was used mainly by British civilian and military organizations during and after World War II. Production continued until the 1950s. Variants: There are several variants of the Miles Messenger, including specific versions for training and light transport missions.

 
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Let L-200D Morava - 1/72 - KOVOZAVODY PROSTEJOV KPM0424
SKU KPV-72424
Brand KOVOZAVODY PROSTEJOV
Scale: 1/72
Nation: Czechoslovakia
Period: Modern
Type: Aircraft
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1/72 scale Let L-200D "Morava" airplane kit - KOVOZAVODY PROSTEJOV model. The Let L-200D Morava is an improved variant of the Czechoslovakian twin-engine light Let L-200A Morava, developed by Let Kunovice (now known as Aircraft Industries). This aircraft is designed to perform a variety of tasks, including light transport of passengers and cargo, flight training, and other light missions. Here are some key features of the Let L-200D Morava: Configuration: It is a twin-engine, low-wing aircraft intended primarily for light transport. Powerplants: The Morava L-200D is powered by two Avia M 337 C engines of 210 horsepower each, ensuring reliability and safety in the event of failure of one of the engines. Capacity: It can carry up to eight passengers, although the interior layout may vary depending on the operator's needs. Features Improve: Compared with the previous version, the L-200D has improvements in performance and features, making it a more advanced and modern choice. Use: It has been used for regional transport, passenger transport, flight training and other light missions. Production: Production of the L-200D Morava began in the 1960s and continued until the 1980s. During this period, several examples were produced. The Let L-200D Morava contributed to the fleet of light and twin-engine aircraft, providing a versatile and reliable option for various aviation needs. Its production was an integral part of the Czechoslovak aviation industry.

 
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Let L-200A/D Morava - 1/72 - KOVOZAVODY PROSTEJOV KPM0423
SKU KPV-72423
Brand KOVOZAVODY PROSTEJOV
Scale: 1/72
Nation: Czechoslovakia
Period: Modern
Type: Aircraft
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Let L-200A/D "Morava" Ambulance 1/72 Scale Aircraft Kit - KOVOZAVODY PROSTEJOV Model. The Let L-200A/D "Morava" is a twin-engine light aircraft developed by the Czechoslovakian company Let Kunovice (now known as Aircraft Industries) in the 1960s. The plane was designed primarily for light transport and general aviation. Here are some key features of the Let L-200A/D "Morava": Configuration: It is a low-engine, two-engine, low-wing monoplane designed to carry passengers or light cargo. It can accommodate a maximum of eight passengers, depending on the configuration of the interior. Powerplants: The Morava is powered by two Avia M 337 C engines of 210 horsepower each. The presence of two engines gives the aircraft greater reliability, allowing flight to continue if one of the engines fails. Use: It has been used in a variety of applications, including regional flights, passenger transport, flight training and light transport missions. Versions: The L-200A version was the first variant produced, followed by the improved L-200D "Morava Super," which featured improvements in performance and equipment. Production: Production of the aircraft began in the 1960s and continued until the 1980s. During this period, several examples of the Let L-200A/D were produced. The Let L-200A/D "Morava" found use in several nations and contributed to the light transport and general aviation industry in Europe and other parts of the world. Its versatility and use in various configurations have made it a popular choice for various aviation needs.

 
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Hawker Hurricane Mk IIc Aces 1/72 - KOVOZAVODY PROSTEJOV CLK011
SKU KPV-CLK011
Brand KOVOZAVODY PROSTEJOV
Scale: 1/72
Nation: United Kingdom
Period: WWII
Type: Aircraft
Category Kit

British Hawker Hurricane Mk.IIc Aces fighter kit in 1/72 scale - Model KOVOZAVODY PROSTEJOV.

 
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Hawker Hurricane Mk IIc 1/72 - KOVOZAVODY PROSTEJOV CLK012
SKU KPV-CLK012
Brand KOVOZAVODY PROSTEJOV
Scale: 1/72
Nation: United Kingdom
Period: WWII
Type: Aircraft
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British Hawker Hurricane Mk.IIc fighter kit in 1/72 scale - Model KOVOZAVODY PROSTEJOV.

 
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Fokker S-12/T-22 Instructor 1/72 - KOVOZAVODY PROSTEJOV KPM0425
SKU KPV-72425
Brand KOVOZAVODY PROSTEJOV
Scale: 1/72
Nation: Olanda
Period: Dopoguerra
Type: Aircraft
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Fokker S-12/T-22 'Instructor' trainer aircraft kit in 1/72 scale - Model KOVOZAVODY PROSTEJOV.

 
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Curtiss Hawk H-75C-1 - 1/72 - KOVOZAVODY PROSTEJOV KPM0419
SKU KPV-72419
Brand KOVOZAVODY PROSTEJOV
Scale: 1/72
Nation: United States of America
Period: WWII
Type: Aircraft
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Curtiss Hawk H-75C-1 U.S. Fighter Aircraft Kit in 1/72 Scale - KOVOZAVODY PROSTEJOV Model. The Curtiss Hawk H-75C-1 is a variant of the Curtiss P-36 Hawk, a U.S. fighter developed in the 1930s that was widely used during World War II. The Curtiss P-36 Hawk was one of the last monoplane fighters with a cantilever wing before the advent of more advanced monoplane fighters. Here is some key information about the Curtiss Hawk H-75C-1: Development: The Curtiss Hawk H-75C-1 was an exported version of the Curtiss P-36A Hawk. It was developed to be sold to foreign nations seeking high-quality fighter aircraft. International Use: Many nations, including some European countries involved in World War II, acquired and used the Curtiss Hawk H-75C-1 in their air forces. Countries such as France, Norway, Finland, and Argentina were among the recipients of this aircraft. Armament: Typically, the Curtiss Hawk H-75C-1 was equipped with machine guns and aircraft guns. The precise armament could vary according to specific customer requirements. Motorization: It was powered by a radial engine, such as the Wright Cyclone R-1830, which provided the necessary power for flight. Participation in World War II: In some cases, the Curtiss Hawk H-75C-1 was directly involved in World War II events, especially in situations where the countries that acquired them were involved in the conflict.

 
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Curtiss Hawk H-75A/Mohawk IV - 1/72 - KOVOZAVODY PROSTEJOV KPM0420
SKU KPV-72420
Brand KOVOZAVODY PROSTEJOV
Scale: 1/72
Nation: United States of America
Period: WWII
Type: Aircraft
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CCurtiss Hawk H-75A/Mohawk IV U.S. fighter aircraft kit. 1/72 scale - Model KOVOZAVODY PROSTEJOV. The Curtiss Hawk H-75A, also known as the Mohawk IV, was a variant of the Curtiss P-36 Hawk, a U.S. fighter developed in the 1930s. The term "Mohawk IV" refers to the specific version of the aircraft used by the Royal Air Force (RAF) and other foreign operators during World War II. Here is some key information about the Curtiss Hawk H-75A/Mohawk IV: International Use: The Curtiss Hawk H-75A was sold to foreign nations and became known as the Mohawk IV when it was employed by the British Royal Air Force. It was also used by other countries, such as the Soviet Union and Argentina. Armament: Typically, the Mohawk IV was equipped with machine guns and aircraft guns. Armament could vary according to specific customer requirements. Motorization: It was powered by a radial engine, such as the Wright Cyclone R-1830, which provided the necessary power for flight. World War II Participation: The Mohawk IV was involved in a variety of situations during World War II, including participation in air defense and combat operations. Monoplane Design: The P-36 Hawk and its variants such as the Mohawk IV were among the last monoplane fighters with cantilever wings before the adoption of more advanced designs during World War II.

 
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Kovozavody Prostejov 72418 Supermarine Spitfire Mk.Vc Trop
SKU KPV-72418
Brand KOVOZAVODY PROSTEJOV
Scale: 1/72
Nation: United Kingdom
Period: WWII
Type: Aircraft
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1/72 Supermarine Spitfire Mk.Vc Trop "Over Yugoslavia"The Supermarine Spitfire Mk.Vc Trop was a variant of the famous British Supermarine Spitfire fighter aircraft used during World War II. The "Trop" designation stands for "Tropicalized," indicating that this variant was adapted to operate in tropical or desert environments. Here is some key information about the Spitfire Mk.Vc Trop:Origins: The Spitfire Mk.Vc Trop was a specifically adapted version of the Spitfire Mk.V, one of the most prolific models in the Spitfire series. The Mk.Vc version was a cannon-equipped variant of the Mk.V.Trop Adaptations: Because the Spitfire was originally designed to operate in Western Europe, as Allied forces moved to the Middle East and North Africa during World War II, it was necessary to adapt the aircraft to the hot and dusty climate of these regions. The Spitfire Mk.Vc Trop was equipped with sand filters over the carburetors to prevent sand from damaging the engine during desert operations.Employment: This variant was mainly used in the North African campaigns, where it fought against Axis forces in theaters of war such as Libya. Its ability to operate in desert conditions contributed to its effectiveness in these operations.Armament: The Spitfire Mk.Vc Trop was armed with 20 mm Hispano guns, which gave it greater firepower than earlier models. It also had .303-inch caliber Browning machine guns.Evolution: The Spitfire Mk.Vc Trop represented one of many variants of the Spitfire that were developed during the war to address specific operational needs. Over the course of the conflict, numerous other variants were developed with improvements in performance, armament, and electronics.Legacy: The Spitfire became one of the most iconic fighters of World War II, known for its agility and air combat capability. Although the Mk.Vc Trop was specifically designed to operate in desert environments, it helped cement the Spitfire's reputation as one of the most legendary fighter aircraft in history.In summary, the Supermarine Spitfire Mk.Vc Trop was a variant of the Spitfire designed to operate in desert and tropical environments. It fought successfully in the North African theater during World War II and contributed to the Spitfire's reputation as an icon of military aviation.

 
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Kovozavody Prostejov 72417 Supermarine Spitfire Mk.Vc Trop
SKU KPV-72417
Brand KOVOZAVODY PROSTEJOV
Scale: 1/72
Nation: United Kingdom
Period: WWII
Type: Aircraft
Category Kit

1/72 Supermarine Spitfire Mk.Vc Trop "Mediterranean Theatre"The Supermarine Spitfire Mk.Vc Trop was a variant of the famous British Supermarine Spitfire fighter aircraft used during World War II. The "Trop" designation stands for "Tropicalized," indicating that this variant was adapted to operate in tropical or desert environments. Here is some key information about the Spitfire Mk.Vc Trop:Origins: The Spitfire Mk.Vc Trop was a specifically adapted version of the Spitfire Mk.V, one of the most prolific models in the Spitfire series. The Mk.Vc version was a cannon-equipped variant of the Mk.V.Trop Adaptations: Because the Spitfire was originally designed to operate in Western Europe, as Allied forces moved to the Middle East and North Africa during World War II, it was necessary to adapt the aircraft to the hot and dusty climate of these regions. The Spitfire Mk.Vc Trop was equipped with sand filters over the carburetors to prevent sand from damaging the engine during desert operations.Employment: This variant was mainly used in the North African campaigns, where it fought against Axis forces in theaters of war such as Libya. Its ability to operate in desert conditions contributed to its effectiveness in these operations.Armament: The Spitfire Mk.Vc Trop was armed with 20 mm Hispano guns, which gave it greater firepower than earlier models. It also had .303-inch caliber Browning machine guns.Evolution: The Spitfire Mk.Vc Trop represented one of many variants of the Spitfire that were developed during the war to address specific operational needs. Over the course of the conflict, numerous other variants were developed with improvements in performance, armament, and electronics.Legacy: The Spitfire became one of the most iconic fighters of World War II, known for its agility and air combat capability. Although the Mk.Vc Trop was specifically designed to operate in desert environments, it helped cement the Spitfire's reputation as one of the most legendary fighter aircraft in history.In summary, the Supermarine Spitfire Mk.Vc Trop was a variant of the Spitfire designed to operate in desert and tropical environments. It fought successfully in the North African theater during World War II and contributed to the Spitfire's reputation as an icon of military aviation.

 
 
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Kovozavody Prostejov 72416 Supermarine Spitfire Mk.Vc Trop
SKU KPV-72416
Brand KOVOZAVODY PROSTEJOV
Scale: 1/72
Nation: United Kingdom
Period: WWII
Type: Aircraft
Category Kit

1/72 Supermarine Spitfire Mk.Vc Trop "USAAF over Corsica"The Supermarine Spitfire Mk.Vc Trop was a variant of the famous British Supermarine Spitfire fighter aircraft used during World War II. The "Trop" designation stands for "Tropicalized," indicating that this variant was adapted to operate in tropical or desert environments. Here is some key information about the Spitfire Mk.Vc Trop:Origins: The Spitfire Mk.Vc Trop was a specifically adapted version of the Spitfire Mk.V, one of the most prolific models in the Spitfire series. The Mk.Vc version was a cannon-equipped variant of the Mk.V.Trop Adaptations: Because the Spitfire was originally designed to operate in Western Europe, as Allied forces moved to the Middle East and North Africa during World War II, it was necessary to adapt the aircraft to the hot and dusty climate of these regions. The Spitfire Mk.Vc Trop was equipped with sand filters over the carburetors to prevent sand from damaging the engine during desert operations.Employment: This variant was mainly used in the North African campaigns, where it fought against Axis forces in theaters of war such as Libya. Its ability to operate in desert conditions contributed to its effectiveness in these operations.Armament: The Spitfire Mk.Vc Trop was armed with 20 mm Hispano guns, which gave it greater firepower than earlier models. It also had .303-inch caliber Browning machine guns.Evolution: The Spitfire Mk.Vc Trop represented one of many variants of the Spitfire that were developed during the war to address specific operational needs. Over the course of the conflict, numerous other variants were developed with improvements in performance, armament, and electronics.Legacy: The Spitfire became one of the most iconic fighters of World War II, known for its agility and air combat capability. Although the Mk.Vc Trop was specifically designed to operate in desert environments, it helped cement the Spitfire's reputation as one of the most legendary fighter aircraft in history.In summary, the Supermarine Spitfire Mk.Vc Trop was a variant of the Spitfire designed to operate in desert and tropical environments. It fought successfully in the North African theater during World War II and contributed to the Spitfire's reputation as an icon of military aviation.

 
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Kovozavody Prostejov 72415 Avia BH-11
SKU KPV-72415
Brand KOVOZAVODY PROSTEJOV
Nation: Czechoslovakia
Period: Anni '20
Scale: 1/72
Type: Aircraft
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1/72 Avia BH-11 "Boska"The Avia BH-11 was another aircraft developed by the Czechoslovak Avia company, following the success of the BH-9. Here are some key details about the Avia BH-11:Successor to the BH-9 : The Avia BH-11 was designed as a successor to the previous BH-9 sport aircraft, continuing the tradition of producing lightweight and economical aircraft for recreational flying.Design and development : The BH-11 was also designed by Pavel Beneš and Miroslav Hajn at Avia. It retained some of the features of the BH-9 but incorporated improvements in design and performance.Biplane configuration : Like its predecessor, the BH-11 featured a biplane configuration, which provided stability and maneuverability suitable for recreational and training flight.Engine : The aircraft was typically powered by an inline four-cylinder engine, similar to the engines used in the BH-9. Engine options included various models from manufacturers such as Walter and Bristol.Improvements : The BH-11 introduced numerous improvements over the BH-9, including improved aerodynamics, better construction materials, and upgraded features.Performance : The Avia BH-11 was known for its good flight performance, handling, and comfortable cockpit. It was a popular choice for pilots looking for a reliable and fun aircraftVariants : The BH-11 also saw the development of several variants, including the BH-11A and BH-11B, which offered slight modifications and improvements.Popularity : Similar to its predecessor, the BH-11 gained popularity both in Czechoslovakia and abroad. It became a common sight in aeroclubs and recreational aviation.Use in aerobatics : A number of BH-11 aircraft were used in aerobatic demonstrations and competitions, demonstrating their capabilities in performing basic aerobatic maneuvers.Legacy : The Avia BH-11, like the BH-9, contributed to the growth of aviation enthusiasts and pilots by providing affordable and fun aircraft for recreational flying.The Avia BH-11 continued the legacy of the BH-9, providing a reliable and fun aircraft for pilots interested in sport flying, training and recreational aviation. Its success further solidified Avia's reputation for producing affordable and well-designed light aircraft.

 
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Kovozavody Prostejov 72414 Avia BH-9
SKU KPV-72414
Brand KOVOZAVODY PROSTEJOV
Nation: Czechoslovakia
Period: Anni '20
Scale: 1/72
Type: Aircraft
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1/72 Avia BH-9 "Boska"The Avia BH-9 was a Czechoslovak sport aircraft designed and produced in the 1920s. Here are a few key points about the Avia BH-9:Origin : The Avia BH-9 was designed by Pavel Beneš and Miroslav Hajn, engineers of the Avia airline in Czechoslovakia.Purpose : The Avia BH-9 was designed as a lightweight and economical sport aircraft that could be used for recreational flying, training, and even limited aerobatics.Design : The BH-9 had a biplane configuration with a wooden frame covered in fabric. It featured tandem seating for the pilot and a passenger or student.Construction : The plane's design emphasized simplicity and ease of construction. This made it a popular choice among amateur builders, contributing to its widespread popularity.Engine : The Avia BH-9 was typically powered by an inline four-cylinder engine, such as the Walter Vega or Bristol Cherub.Performance : The BH-9 had good flying characteristics and was known for its stability and ease of maneuvering. Its performance allowed for a variety of flying activities, including basic aerobatics.Variants : The original design of the BH-9 underwent numerous modifications and updates, leading to the creation of several variants, such as the BH-9A and BH-9B.Popularity : The Avia BH-9 gained popularity not only in Czechoslovakia but also internationally. It was exported to various countries and became a familiar sight in many flying clubs.Sporting Events : The BH-9 was used in various aviation sporting events, air races, and competitions, demonstrating its versatility and capability.Legacy : The Avia BH-9 left a lasting legacy as a successful sport aircraft that introduced many people to aviation. It contributed to the growth of aviation enthusiasts and pilots during the early years of aviation.The Avia BH-9 is remembered as an accessible and fun aircraft that played a role in promoting aviation as a recreational and sporting activity. Its simplicity, performance and popularity made it an important part of aviation history.

 
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Kovozavody Prostejov 72413 Avro 626
SKU KPV-72413
Brand KOVOZAVODY PROSTEJOV
Nation: United Kingdom
Period: WWII
Scale: 1/72
Type: Aircraft
Category Kit

1/72 Avro 626 "Prefect"The Avro 626 was a British military training aircraft developed by Avro in the 1930s. Here are some key points about the Avro 626:Role : The Avro 626 was designed primarily as a military training aircraft for the Royal Air Force (RAF) and other air forces.Design and development : The Avro 626 was derived from the Avro 621 Tutor, a biplane used as a military trainer. The 626 featured an updated design with improvements in performance and maneuverability.Biplane configuration : Like its predecessor, the Avro 626 had a biplane wing configuration. This design offered good stability and maneuverability, important for training purposes.Variants : The Avro 626 was available in several variants, including the Avro 626 Prefect and Avro 626 Ava. The Prefect was the main training version, while the Ava was used for advanced training.Crew and Seating : The Avro 626 typically accommodated two crew members: a pilot and a trainee. The cockpit layout allowed for effective communication and training.Engine : The aircraft was powered by various engines, including inline engines such as the Armstrong Siddeley Lynx and radial engines such as the Armstrong Siddeley Cheetah.Service : The Avro 626 served as a training aircraft with the RAF and various other air forces. It played a crucial role in pilot training during the interwar period and in the early stages of World War II.Training and Navigation : The Avro 626 was used for various training purposes, including basic flight training, navigation exercises, and instrument training.Wartime use : During World War II, the Avro 626 continued to be used for training purposes, but as the war progressed and more advanced aircraft became available, its role diminished.Legacy : The Avro 626, along with its predecessor the Avro 621 Tutor, contributed significantly to pilot training in the years leading up to and during World War II. It served as a stepping stone for new pilots transitioning to more advanced aircraft.The Avro 626 played an important role in the training of civil and military aviation pilots during a period of significant technological and strategic changes in aviation.

 
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